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Come join us for some holiday shopping and see what your East York makers have to offer! We are excited to be hosting local makers in the Gotamago Studio-Shop on Saturday, December 7th, 2019 from 12pm to 3pm for our first ever Holiday Market.
Location: Gotamago Studio-Shop, 1231 Woodbine Ave, Toronto, M4C 4C3
Time: 12pm to 3pm
Admission: Free! Kids & Pooches welcome.
Vendors: We are excited to be joined by:
Scroll down to read more about each vendor.
A portion of each vendor's proceeds will be donated to Ellery's Army. Plus, at the market, we will have a limited number of Unicorn Ornaments for sale, with 100% of proceeds going to the Clark family.
Let us know you will be joining us by RSVPing on Facebook! Follow our Facebook event page for more information on each vendor who will be at the market.
If you have been into our shop, you have likely seen Allie's work. She creates line illustrations of fan-favourite actors and comedians and puts them onto shirts. The Seinfeld cast shirt has been a definite favourite around here.
Blackhare is run by husband and wife duo, Nick and Monica. They are based in East York and create cool screen-printed t-shirts from Nick's original drawings and photographs.
Canadian Stitchery creates cool cross stitched tree ornaments and DIY kits, along with pendants, keychains, and luggage tags.
Jen of Flowers in the Ointment makes salve and lip balm with healing herbs that she grows at home in her garden 🌼💕 These goodies are local from start to finish!
This year, a very special, strong, and sparkly girl, Ellery Clark, fought a valiant fight against a rare, aggressive cancer. In late November, our world, and her neighbourhoods in Hamilton, and East Toronto became a little less shimmery, as her fight ended, and she passed on. Ellery and her family have shown such tremendous strength and grace throughout their fight, and those of us who have followed along have had the privilege of accompanying this amazing group of people on a very hard journey.
Through the Clarks' journey, many of us also learned that pediatric cancer research currently receives less than 5% of the funds raised for cancer research. Now that this part has come to an end, we’d like to find some ways to hold them close in their grief and support them in what comes next. Join The East End’s Blessing of Unicorns in a sharing some love and support for The Clark family and Ellery's Army with a special reminder of strong, magical Ellery.
This graphic was designed by Liz Mac for Ellery, to be used for fundraising for the family and for childhood cancers. The ornament was created by Stacey Chong, of Toronto Yoga Co. Suggested minimum donation of $15. All proceeds will go to the Clark family.
During the Holiday Market at Gotamago, the unicorn ornaments will be available for a suggested donation of $15; plus, each of our vendors will be donating a portion of their proceeds to the Clark family.
If you are unable to join us for the market this coming Saturday, the Unicorn ornaments can be ordered here:
The ornaments will also be available at Gotamago after the market in limited quantities.
MUNC stands for modern, urban, natural and chic -- they make super chic bags. Each of MUNC's products are made by hand in Toronto by Carol Ning. Carol uses only uses high quality materials that are environmentally sustainable. She creates unique and functional designs that stand up to everyday use. Committed to minimizing her carbon footprint, Carol also loves to upcycle vintage materials to create exciting and truly one of a kind designs.
If you haven't discovered Paper Plus Cloth yet, get ready! They are the ultimate source for washi tapes, stickers, and other dreamy paper products. We are excited to have them join us at the Holiday Market at Gotamago where they will be setup with a DIY station for making pretty things to your hearts content!
things from secret minouette places, will be joining us with their block prints and housewares. This of their artwork as a curiosity cabinet of natural history, science & scientists, myth, and magic to explore.